Sophia addresses the audience at an event recently.
Dubai doesn’t lag behind in the field of robotdom, so to speak. On the other hand, it has set a trend for the world to follow. For the first time, the world’s first humanoid robot citizen Sophia will be interacting with humans in a specialised professional forum of internal auditors in the emirate.
The robot can be used to extinguish fires in industrial areas, tunnels, and closed parking lots by remote control within a distance of 300 metres.
The first Arab robot doctor has been launched in the name of ‘Shifa’ (healing) to provide consultations to both doctors and patients at the same time.
An Emirati inventor named Ahmed Al Mazroui, founder of the Al Mazroui Innovation Centre in Abu Dhabi, created a robot which can sterilise and spray all hard-to-reach and rugged locations, in addition to its ability to climb stairs.
In its report on the economic impact of cities, the council said that Dubai surpassed Doha and London, with tourists spending $16.8 billion and $16.1 billion, respectively, in the two cities.
The representatives of the thirteen members of the Opec led by Riyadh, and their 10 allies headed by Moscow, decided to stick to their course agreed in October of a production cut of two million barrels per day until the end of 2023.
Sheikh Hamdan Bin Mohammed Bin Rashid Al Maktoum, Crown Prince of Dubai, Chairman of Dubai Executive Council and Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Dubai Future Foundation,